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Old 03-07-2008, 03:24 PM   #1
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Is there a way so that my screen takes up my whole monitor and there isint this 3/4 inch black space around it?
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It's probably your monitor out of adjustment. Adjust the size of the picture so that it goes all the way to the edge of the screen. Most monitors nowadays have an "auto adjust" feature and do it automatically. Just click on the "menu" button on the front of your monitor.
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It's probably your monitor out of adjustment. Adjust the size of the picture so that it goes all the way to the edge of the screen. Most monitors nowadays have an "auto adjust" feature and do it automatically. Just click on the "menu" button on the front of your monitor.
Didn't find any auto adjust, is that like recall?
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Didn't find any auto adjust, is that like recall?
Then you will be able to adjust it manually. Just bring the sides of the picture out to the edge of the monitor with the monitors adjustments.
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Then you will be able to adjust it manually. Just bring the sides of the picture out to the edge of the monitor with the monitors adjustments.
Ok thank you thats better
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